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Budget Checking for Service Entry Sheets

Hi SAP Gurus!

How does budget checking work in the Service Entry Sheet?

1. When I create the PO, the total value is committed in the budget, right?

2. When I create the unaccepted service entry sheet, the total value should still be in the committed state. Is this correct?

3. When the service entry sheet is accepted, the total value should be in the actual state in budget checking, right?

Hope to hear from you guys soon!

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 04:52 AM

    Hi,

    1) Yes, Correct.

    2) Yes, Correct.

    3) Yes, absolutely right.

    Your three points are 100 % correct.

    Hope, now you are clear.

    Regards,

    K.Rajendran

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 04:53 AM

    Hi ,

    From PR to PO the cost reflects as commitment costs in PS projects .. once SES is accepted commitment gets converted to Actual Costs ...

    Now I think SES is posted against Maintenance Order , So you can have PS Budgeting for MO by assigning WBS element in Additional Tab of MO ..,

    You need to do config under SPRO --->PS --->Costs --->Budget

    At the same time look into the config in OPSV which controls how the MO costs should reflect in PS ..

    regrds

    pushpa

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